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    November 19, 2012
    11:00 - 11:30am PST  

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sketch of the second man wanted in connection with the deadly crime spree friday night. we'll take you live to city hall for the latest. good morning to you. thanks for being with us. i'll marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. we begin with the news in the south bay. an all out manhunt in san jose. at this hour, one man is in custody and a $20,000 reward offered for information leading to the arrest of a second suspect. this following four robberies and homicide and officer-involved shooting. bob redell is live at city waha with the latest information after being briefed. quite a situation. >> reporter: along with the mayor's office. good morning, jon. the mayor's office has just upped the reward looking for the second man wanted in connection with the attempted murder of two police officers and the murder of an innocent civilian.
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police have also just released a sketch of the second suspect who is right now considered to be san jose's public enemy number one. to put an exclamation point on this. the assistant police chief along with mayor chuck reed and the city council participated in the joint news conference that ended an hour ago. the mayor will contribute $10,000 from his budget to raise the reward to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest of suspect number two. police believe he is hispanic or african-american, 20 to 25 years old. he was seen wearing a hoodie as you can see in the sketch. police tell us his alleged accomplice jonathan wilbanks has been identified. investigators say wilbanks and another man terrorized a crime spree friday night. it started with the armed
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robberies of the two restaurants and gas station and spa. that's four locations. they allegedly tried to carjack rory parkpettiford. >> rory parkpettiford was an innocent victim. he stopped at a convenience store for a soda, coffee, snack, whatever. he needlessly lost his life doing so. we know there are persons out there who may know the identity or whereabouts of the second suspect. >> i think our public is in great danger as long as this person is on the loose. police officers are in danger. we need to get him off the streets as soon as possible. >> reporter: police ended up in a shootout. in the pictures, you can see how close the officer was to being hurt, if not killed. the two bullets pierced his service belt and grazed him.
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he was treated and released from the hospital. wilbanks was shot, but injuries were not life threatening. now the san jose police department has been under a lot of stress because of budget cuts. the chief says they are strapped for officers, but they did have enough officers to respond to the crisis friday night. that lower priority call had that wait longer. reporting live outside san jose city hall, bob redell, nbc bay area news. police are looking for two men in a deadly shooting in menlo park. a man and woman were sitting in his car on saturday night when two people approached them. at some point, shots were fired and police found his body lying in the streets. the woman has not been identified, but she is alive. witnesses saw two men in dark
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colored hooded sweatshirts running from the scene. police have not said if the man was targeted or a random attack. the vallejo teen accused of an assault is due in court today. caviar king is accused of attempted robbery and salt and kidnapping. police say king kidnapped a woman at gunpoint on thursday and forced her into a car and to drive to another location. they say he then sexually assaulted her and bound her with duct tape and dumped her on the side of the road. the woman was seriously hurt. a hearing is being held today to determine the mental competency of juan go. go is on trial for killing seven people and trying to kill three others. during the shooting rampage at the oakland campus earlier this your. lawyers are asking for the
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criminal case to be put on hold last month while he goes through psychiatric tests to determine if he is fit to stand trial. it is an extremely somber vigil a family has been keeping for 24 years. every year on november 19th, the family of michaela garecht hold vigil at the spot where she disappeared. we have christie smith live with more on the ceremony and some of the closure that could be just days away. christie, good morning. >> reporter: her mom, sharon murch said this will be a low-key event. about 50 people showed up to remember the 9-year-old who disappeared 24 years ago last seen near this tree. the family is waiting on test results. today, murch tied a ribbon
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around the tree in the parking lot where she disappeared. this ceremony happens every year. over a month ago, new developments. a bone fragment belonging to a child was found in a well out in stockton after the family believes their daughter was killed by the speed freak killers. it turned out other bones were mixed in. murch is waiting to see if one of the bones might be long to michaela. >> i wonder if this is the last year we do this. although, i think that probably regardless of the results of the testing of that fragment, i'll probably still be here every year because i do this to remember michaela. >> reporter: michaela's brother sang a song for her this morning. there was a delay in testing that bone fragment. investigators wanted it to be completed by now, but they had to send it to a second lab that
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specializes in testing of older small bones. it may take a while. they are saying they hope to have the test results in within six weeks. reporting live in hayward, christie smith, nbc bay area news. the bishop of san jose diocese is apologizing after a convicted sex offender was allowed to volunteer at a church festival. it was a mistake to allow mark guerey to work on the sound system. a parent notified the staff he was a sex offender. he had a note giving him permission to be there. it is not clear who wrote the letter. oakland port workers not happy with contract talking now planning a 24-hour strike which starts tonight. we have the live look at the port of oakland where the workers are set to picket. the strike kicks off at oakland international airport.
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tomorrow, they will target both the airport and port. workers say they have gone 16 months without a new contract plan and the strike coming days after port executive director omar benjamin stepping down after a controversy. let's get a look at the forecast with christina. we had quite a bit of rain. >> we had a bit of rain this weekend. the safeway food drive. thank you for coming out. we have a great looking day shaping up. we have rain on the way. enjoy the sunshine. san raphael shows clear skies and temperatures are warming nicely. 63 in san jose. 61 in san francisco. right around 60 degrees straight up in gilroy. our next pacific storm arrives tonight. showers up in the north bay at 9:00 p.m. they will continue up in the north bay until mid-morning
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tomorrow. high pressure breaks down and rain spreads into the south bay as we head through the second half of tomorrow and tomorrow night. we are looking toward the heavy rainfall between 4:00 p.m. tuesday. showers will subside by wednesday morning and cool conditions wednesday afternoon. what i can tell you, a sneak when it comes to your thanksgiving holiday. we're looking pretty good. spending time with family and friends and neighbors. not looking good for the turkey. >> it never is. all right. she has the storm tracker all warmed up. israel's air offensive over the georgaza strip and 95 peopl have been killed. israel says it does not target civilians and blames hamas for using human shields. richard engel reports.
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>> reporter: hamas is still firing rockets. about 40 today launched from this area in gaza and into israel. the military has the upper hand. israeli drones and ships have been targeting hamas military leaders killing them in their houses and on motorcycles and in their cars. there are civilian casualties. we went to a funeral for 11 people who were killed inside a home when israel targeted the home of the hamas military leader. he was killed in the home. some were many members of his family. there seem to be efforts to achieve a serious cease-fire. >> i hope over the coming days we can achieve cessation on a bases that is sustainable. >> reporter: the egyptian foreign minister is expected to
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visit gaza tomorrow. a source close to the israeli prime minister he would prefer a diplomatic invasion. here in gaza, people don't know which way it will develop. a full military assault with israeli tanks coming from that direction behind me or there will be a cease-fire. to go out on a limb here, i would say many gazans believe a cease-fire is possible. richard engel, nbc news, gaza city. still ahead at 11:00, we will tell you how the president is encouraging a country struggling with democracy during a landmark visit to asia. and the 49ers get ready for the bears on monday night showdown. we will have an update on alex smith's update recovery. the continued saga of john mcafee and ac/dc comes to itunes. all that in business news.
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welcome back.
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we have breaking news to tell you about out of los altos. police are reporting an armed robbery that happened two hours ago. police are on campus. the campus is not on lockdown. here's what was stolen. two backpacks ripped off from a bookstore. the suspect is armed with a small-caliber gun. the suspect is a black male between 18 and 25 years old. he is 5'7" tall and weighs about 160 pounds. if you see somebody fitting that description, call 911. overseas, president obama is making history today becoming the first commander in chief visiting myanmar. for decades, it was ruled by a military hunta, but as chuck todd reports, the president met with the new prime minister and long time democracy activist. >> reporter: the president wrapped up an historic visits here. 20 hours on the ground in
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myanmar. the first president to visit this president. he is now in cambodia. he was here and greeted by throngs of people. the president used his time here to try to motivate the current president to continue the reforms. he was sure to spotlight aung san suu kyi. he visited her house and this house is where she was under house arrest for years. the two of them made brief remarks and the president was off to yanggong university. he talked about why it was time for a u.s. president to visit myanmar. to open the door of joining myanmar community. he presented challenges for myanmar. he used stories of the american story and evolution of american democracy as evolution. >> the road ahead is marked by huge challenges. there will be those who resist the forces of change, but i stand here with confidence that
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something is happening in country. r >> reporter: the president brought $170 million over the next two years. not a big chunk of foreign aid compared to what the united states gives other countries. a down payment. more money is likely to come. traveling with the president in myanmar, this is chuck todd, nbc news. thank you, chuck. millionaire on the run. john mcafee taking time out to blog into belize. scott mcgrew is here right now to bring us up to date. >> this morning, we told you how mcafee announced $25,000 belizian reward for the real killer. that is $25,000 u.s. mcafee moved to belize years ago. here you see his blog. one of the women in his blog hiding out with him. in a blog post a few hours ago,
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mcafee gives us his thoughts on romance. he says, i am not foolish enough to believe that many young woman could love a 67-year-old man. being loved does not interest me. loving does. mcafee has been hiding since the death of his neighbor. in that blog, he talks about a german tourist. back here at home, cisco systems bought private networking company maraki. cisco will pay $1.2 billion. maraki is greek. intel says the ceo paul ottelini will retire. no replacement has been named yet. and ac/dc finally on itunes. one of the last bands not on the apple music service. country star garth brooks is the last major holdout. you talk to teenagers who are
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the biggest music buyers and they left itunes in droves in favor of spotify. >> i still do the itunes thing. >> i don't do any of it. i'll really old school. >> she has tim mcgraw cds. meteorologist christina loren. i cannot speak to him. >> she loves him. she is also a garth fan. when the thunder rolls around the bay area. good morning to you. we have a good-looking day shaping up. look at this. it is almost like someone painted this picture. perfect air quality in san jose. you can completely see for about ten minutes or better. visibility is fantastic. winds picking up a bit. they are offshore winds east/southeast. as we head throughout the day, the fog is not going to roll back in. in fact, we will get showers up in the north bay as we head into tonight. i'll time that system out in a moment. temperatures in the 60s.
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64 degrees in fremont. 63 in san jose. comfortable conditions as we head through the day. once the sun sets before 5:00 p.m., for the 49ers game, it will be chilly at the stick. breezy conditions. kickoff at 5:30. 58 degrees by 6:00. little bit of drizzle in the forecast as well. as we head throughout tonight, the storm system lurking to our north. let's go 49ers. hard to say that as a raiders fan. by 9:00 p.m., showers start to sneak into the north bay. they stay put lingering offshore and immediate coast through the overnight hours. 6:00 a.m., watch san jose. san jose doesn't get a drop of rain until we hit tomorrow night. this is when we were expecting the bulk of the moisture to come through. between 5:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. wednesday, we're done. look at this. by 11:00, clear conditions.
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a few clouds lingering over the south bay. it will be nice. reinforcing shot of good air quality. tuesday into wednesday, we clear out the showers. by thursday, thanksgiving day, really comfortable conditions for you to get outdoors. if your ritual is to throw the football around, you have to luxury. into the weekend, as you get indoors and you are hung over from the turkey, it is comfortable. 60s. back to you. speaking of football. are you ready for football? she always is. is has been decided alex smith is not when the 49ers take on the bears at candlestick. they will not have their starting quarterback. it was announced smith will not be cleared to play. he suffered a concussion last week in the game taking on the rams that finished in a tie. smith took the hard hit. he took part in limited practices. it was widely thought he would return to action, but the quarterback could not clear a final hurdle as a neurologist
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would not give him the all clear to play. they will send colin kaepernick to mark his very first nfl start. >> good for number 7. >> he has been playing well. coming up, another step closer. some new support is expected today for the planned warriors arena in san francisco. and how about a surprise appearance at the ama awards. can you think who this could be? can you say hammer time? don't miss this.
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light. the board gave the project a thumb's up last week. if the stadium gets final approval, it is expected to create more than 4,000 jobs. half of them would be permanent. when we come back, time to turn back the clock. it's hammer time all over again. the amas. we will show you exactly what went down. maybe, i'm not sure. >> too legit to quit. >> good.
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so did you see it last night in oakland native m.c. hammer made a return to the limelight. >> take a look. ♪ too legit ♪ too legit to quit >> oh, yeah. that is the ultimate mash up. that is a dance party extraordinary. hammer time and gangnam style. this is with psy at the american
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music awards ceremony there. got the crowd on their feet performing the mash up. "too legit to quit" and "gangnam style." it is a major hit all over the world. both men had the iconic baggy hammer pants. in case you were wondering, the mash up is already available on itunes. hammer has to be in his mid-50s. >> i heard he was straight up 50. >> still working it. joints can hurt watching that. >> workout. >> he still has it. >> psy did well keeping up with him. i'm surprised. >> i'm all over that stuff. >> join us tonight.
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you didn't whisper in my ear and kiss me to wake me up like you always do. - i've never done that. - sweetie, wake up. it's morning.